The trek to Nar Phu is simply one among a string of epic trails climbing through Nepal’s ‘restricted areas’, remote valleys tucked against the Tibetan border. Trekkers can only enter with a special permit, which must be issued through an government registered trekking agency, who will arrange the guides, porters and other necessary paper work.
Nar and Phu are ideal destinations to explore unspoiled valleys, with the feature of raw Himalayan nature with ancient Buddhist culture. On the way you’ll be able to also scan different species of wild animals, like barking deer, Himalayan Thar, (Blue sheep), Mammals and different species of Birds.
The major attraction of this treks are to view the stunning and breathtaking mountain view of Annapurna I, Gangapurna, Manaslu, Lamjung Himal, Tilicho peak, etc. One can also experience the high pass (Kang La pass) 5300m. with unbelievable views and scenery of the snow caped mountain peaks. Also you can analysis the raw nature, unspoiled valleys and isolated language ( Sino- Tibetan).
The best time for this trek is from March to May (spring season), and from September to November (autumn season). The trekkers who desiring avoid crowd and looking ahead to the heavy snow can trek during winter (December to February).
But you want to be able to face the chilled cold, which causes you to bother.
The permit fee for Nar-Phu trek cost US$75 to $90 depending on the season.
September to November: US$ 90/week,
December to August: US$ 75/week.
- A stunning and breathtaking mountain peaks including Annapurna I, Manaslu, Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal, etc.
- Experience the high pass (Kang La Pass) 5320m. with unbelievable mountain views and sceneries.
- To analysis raw nature, unspoiled valleys and isolated Languages (Sin- Tibetan Language).